Maitr & Margarita – Charming bistrot
Just a few meters from the intersection of Fragon and Leontos Sofou street, you will notice a small alley, the Veroias street which was recently regenerated as part of a major urban regeneration project. At the corner of Veroias and Irodou Attikou, there is a charming and lonely restaurant called Maitr & Margarita, labeled as a bistrot. The fresh industrial design intrigues you to go inside and see what it’s all about.
You will notice the existence of a mix of different people, hipsters, middle-aged couples and many young people. The wine list is very broad so you will find many brands of good Greek wine. Basically, the wine is the core of Maitr & Margarita’s concept.
As for the food, I simply loved it. The menu was characterized by many kinds of cheese (try arseniko), a very interesting mix of Mediterranean starters and a few main courses with an emphasis on local flavors. The Pork Neck Chops were absolutely incredible! Also try the “Skioufichta with apaki” if you manage to pronounce it! It’s a type of pasta from Crete accompanied with apaki (lean pork). Also, the Maitr & Margarita’s version of Greek salad is exceptional!
Due to the ever-increasing popularity of it and its small capacity, it is advisable to book a table in advance!
Estrella – Thessaloniki’s favourite brunch
Not so many years ago, Estrella opened their doors to the public and since then they have found the way to make the people of Thessaloniki form long queues to try their wonderful and value-for-money breakfast and brunch menu. Back in 2013 I think they produced a new dessert which the residents of this town have loved since day one because of its origin. It’s called Bougatsan and it’s a croissant served with a hot cream used in the traditional bougatsa, which you can find in every traditional place in Northern Greece.
Since their big famous moment (I believe even The Guardian wrote about it), they have been offering a quality and tasty menu, where you can find for example the black waffle with the smoked salmon and the avocado, or the variety of scrambled eggs with croissant. In the picture you can see the scrambled eggs with croissant, bacon and graviera cheese.
If this is your first time in Estrella, I would definitely suggest you try the famous Bougatsan, but I am just letting you know that they also offer a nice variety of pancakes for dessert. My favourite one is the Red Velvet with the white chocolate.
Mageires – Home-made Greek food
Everybody knows about the Mediterranean cuisine, the Greek virgin oil and the… Greek Mousaka! In Thessaloniki one of the best places for home-made food is Mageires (which means “Cooks/Chefs” in Greek, the people who cook the food).
Everyday (except Sunday) you can find Greek specialties in their cosy little place such as Mousaka, Gemista (peppers filled with rice and baked in the oven), Pastitsio (thick pasta with minced meat and bechamel), greens (like peas, okra or green beans), even a spaghetti with minced meat or with tomato sauce, and at least 4 different kinds of salads you can choose from. The price for the main dishes is between 5€ to 7€ and 5€ for the salads. Please note that the prices are lower if you choose to take-away.
Ask the very polite ladies about their “buffet” menu, which includes one main, one salad, bread, one bottle of water or a beverage and a dessert for 8€! Greek cuisine in a cosy environment, with great prices and in its finest form. Don’t miss it!
Agora – A great place for tsipouro
A few years back a friend of mine invited me to join him for a meze and tsipouro at a great place at Valaoritou District called Agora! This place is an old traditional taverna, but the people there understood the needs of the younger people. They separated the place in half: the one half is traditional with tables where you can sit and eat as always, and in the other half they put big stands and a big bar and they created a nice meze bar where you can drink your tsipouro while listening to nice old traditional Greek folk music.
Their menu contains both sea food and meat along with a large selection of meze (Little dishes of food). I always enjoy the little meat plates, such as veal liver, soutzoukakia from Smirni, and one of my favorites, the veal tongue.
But I think the greatest dish of the whole menu which almost everybody orders Is the eggs with kavourmas. This is a plate with scrambled eggs, peppers (a little spicy), feta cheese, onions and a kavourmas sausage.
Grab a tsipouro, order at least double the dishes as the people at the table, because of the small meze portions, and discover the Thessalonician way of relaxing after a bad day at work.
Brothers In Law – Burger lovers meating point!
What do Don Corleone, Onassis, Elvis and Casanova have in common? You can find them all in one place in Thessaloniki, at Brothers in Law! Since 2012 when this burger place opened in the centre of Thessaloniki at Pavlou Mela street in a Brooklyn-industrial-style space, they’ve received huge recognition for the quality and variety of the food.
You can taste over 30 different burgers and wraps that can fulfill everyone’s desires: from the Classic Hamburger, Cheeseburger and BBQ Burger, to the gourmet Elvis burger (burger, peanut butter, cheddar cheese, strawberry jelly, bacon and fried banana) or the Acapulco (ground beef, cheddar, tomato, lime & black pepper mayonnaise, guacamole, bacon).
Note that for some burgers they offer 2 sizes, the 90g one and the normal 180gr, while you can choose between 3 different buns, the classic white bread, wheat bread and brioche bread. You can also add French fries .
I believe that everyone has their own taste in burgers, but if you find me there, you will see me taste my favourite Elvis and The Boss (ground beef, cheddar, mayo-mustard sauce, tomato, iceberg, double bacon and feta sauce).
Note that since September 2017, Brothers in law open a second restaurant at 3 Komninon street, 54624, so locate your nearest “burger heaven” and enjoy 🙂
The New Galerios – Meze bar heaven
There is a special place for food in the centre of Thessaloniki. This is the place for meze (the Greek way to say small portions of food, like Spanish tapas) I always think of after a hard day at work.
The New Galerios was actually a traditional place mostly for elderly people to drink their coffee and play cards, but in 2016 they renovated the place and nowadays you can find all kinds of people enjoying their delicious food.
Here you can find both meat and fish at its best! They have a basic menu with some things you can always find in their kitchen and then they also have the daily blackboard menu with all the specials you can find at that particular time.
I would recommend trying their skin potatoes and enjoy them with their home-made tyrokafteri (mashed feta cheese with olive oil and oregano), and if you are lucky don’t miss their fish tartare (most of the times with shi drum). I could actually write down almost everything in their menu because I like all of their food.
Don’t forget about the drinks. Here you can find traditional tsipouro or raki, craft beers, wines and retsina (low quallity wine, which is more popular mostly in Northern Greece).
Doksa – The traditional one
Doksa has taken its name from a football team from the city of Drama. It is a tavern with Greek traditional foods and tastes. When you go to eat at Doksa, it is like you are going to eat at your (Greek) grandparents’. You feel you are at home, eating delicious food, made by your Grandmother.
The spot seems like it should be back in the 80’s or 90’s. Simple and nice, with not many tables, and a stove where they warm the bread. In addition, I choose to eat at Doksa with friends, drinking wine and eating the delicious fried chicken bites. I have heard that another delicious dish is the liver, but I am not a fan of this kind of meat.
I am keen on this kind of spot, where you can hang out with your friends, and talk.
Extra Tip: There is a cat in Doksa and it belongs to the owners. I have never seen such a big and fat cat. I think we could say that it’s the official mascot of this spot.
Rossignol – Music tavern
Rossignol is located at Ano Poli. You can take the bus – #22 Ano Poli (Old – Upper Town) from bus station “Athinas” and bus #23 Sykies from bus station “Church Laodigitria” -or you can walk around Ano Poli, which is a beautiful place, with small houses. It seems like a village next to the city center. We usually go there at night, when musicians play there, usually Greek songs, “rempetika”. I like the decoration, which is like the old times, with lots of antiques and wood. Mainly it’s the wood that fascinates me most. We drink our beer, or wine, and we eat fried chicken bites. The place is in a perfect location in a quiet neighborhood, but not too far from the city center. I like this neighborhood, it feels like you are somewhere else.
The cuisine is delicious, with Greek dishes and salads. I recommend this place, as the music, rempetika, is a traditional music genre of Greece and it’s a very good opportunity for anyone who wants to discover Greek music. Also, the combination of food, wine and rempetika… it’s perfect.
Selini, the winehouse – A quiet place in Bit Bazar
Selini is the Greek word for moon. It is a winehouse in the Bit Bazaar quarter. Bit Bazaar is crowded with live music taverns, which I personally am not really into. Selini is located at the southern part of Bit Bazaar. It is the coziest tavern in the neighborhood.
In summertime, the little yard with its unique decoration presents you with a great setting. In wintertime, the interior offers a DIY approach with everyday objects used for decoration, like the metal colander that doubles as a lamp shade.
The so-called mezedes (plural of mezes), fingerfood and cold dishes, are delicious, traditional and ideal to accompany your wine, or tsipouro. Its low prices and pleasant music make it the perfect place for a chit chat and fine wine. From time to time, live sessions of rembetika music give another dimension to the place.
Selini is a friendly and cozy space that offers tasty wine and food and I always feel comfortable there. At the beginning of your night out, you should try Selini to taste mezedes like the haloumi, or the meatballs, and then go on partying, even without leaving Bit Bazaar since most taverns close at 02:00.
Odontoglifida – Foodilicious
Odontoglifida in English means toothpick. In the center of the town, at Paulou Mela street you will find Odontoglifida. I usually order food when I am at home with friends, and we want to have a (food) party, eating burgers or club sandwiches. I cannot speak for the place itself, as when I pass by Odontoglifida, I can only smell the delicious scents and cannot see anything in front of me but “Ceasar’s Burger”. I love this burger. If I could, I would eat this burger everyday.
Especially for those who want to give Greek cuisine a chance, I recommend the “Greek burger” which seems similar to the Greek salad. Other than the burgers, the other dishes are a little bit more expensive, but it is a good and quick stop if you are in the center out for a walk, shopping or even if you are at work.
Nea Folia – Old time classic
If you don’t know Nea Folia, it’s impossible to accidentally find it as it is located in a small pedestrian area named Aristomenous, just a few meters from the intersection of Kassandrou and Agias Sofias.
Nea Folia is an old but gold story. The meze tavern started operating around 1966 and has had various owners over the past years.
The decoration is truly unique. The mosaic on the floor, the vintage kitchenware on the walls, the jukebox, the various types of cheese exposed for sale and the blackboard on which you can see the dishes of the day, create a fascinating result.
The food is based on the Greek and Mediterranean kitchen. You can taste many local products from various areas around Greece, cooked with a gourmet style. You have to try Apaki, Fava, Soutzoukaki from buffalo, beef rib and pork neck chops!
Nea Folia is a gastronomic experience that every visitor or citizen of Thessaloniki must try at least once!
Ergon Agora – Urban mercado
In the very center of the city lies a small closed market following the standards of a Spanish mercado. Previously, there was a cinema at that place and later a nightclub, but it was renovated in 2015 in order to work as a market. In this roofed urban market coexist a tavern, a butcher shop, a fish shop, a grocery store, a bakery and a café.
The place is always very clean and has a very simple industrial style with excellent aesthetics. The restaurant gets its raw materials from the shops in the market and the menu has been curated by a well-known Greek chef. The dishes are small but tasty and the cuisine is full of Mediterranean flavours with products from all over Greece. Try spaghetti with basil pesto and tomatoes, the “sitemeni” beef steak and the cheesecake with mashed chestnuts. After your meal, order a wine or coffee there, and take a stroll in the grocery shop, where you will find products from every corner of Greece!
Laikon – Souvlaki with love!
Souvlaki is a traditional Greek dish which is famous worldwide. The recipe has been known since Greek antiquity and the historical sources of the time mention that the Athenians ate a dish called “kandaulos” that was something similar to today’s souvlaki. It combined pieces of grilled meat, pita, cheese and dill and was served with broth. Many many years later, the modern souvlaki is the most popular fast food in every city of the country, including Thessaloniki.
One of my favorite spots is Laikon in the neighborhood next to Ladadika (check out the Ladadika article). This traditional and family-run tavern is a well-known place and always a good idea for the city’s night owls. Choose the pork or chicken souvlaki, the juicy handmade burgers (biftekakia) or delicious pancetta that are grilled when you order them. The authentic atmosphere of the tavern,the traditional music along with the great taste will properly end a crazy party evening in a city that knows how to throw a feast and have fun!
Aigli-Yeni Hamam – Culture, coffee & food
The beautiful historic building of Yeni Hamam was built at the end of the 16th century and served as a Turkish bath for men & women until 1912. It functioned as a storage space and a cinema, but in later years it remained closed. I remember passing by this building many times with my father who was always upset because it was not properly used, and he was always telling me stories about the building from when it used to function as a cinema.
Last summer, my friend Stelios wanted to show me a new place that recently opened on Kassandrou street. We arrive there and I see “Aigli” open! We entered through the futuristic art-deco side entrance of the old cinema and in the corridor the glass blocks and star-shaped roof reveal the old hamam use of the building.To the left there’s the interior courtyard with its large screen, colored walls, and many movie posters. To the right, the fairytale interior transports you to another era.
I’ve often been here with friends and Spotters and everyone was excited by the atmosphere. It works as a café and restaurant with Greek and Mediterranean flavors. Ideally, I’d recommend raki drinks with vegetable moussaka, delicacies and Chatitze Salad with roasted hazelnut. One day I surprised my father and I took him for coffee in Aigli. We ended up having lunch there because he started telling me stories about the old Hamam, which by the way I love.
Mpakaliarakia Sto Limani – Amazing sea taste!
I know, I know my dear Anglo-Saxons… Fish and chips in Greece? But wait, this is not just any other restaurant, this place is famous for its fresh fried hake with hand-cut potatoes and homemade garlic sauce (skordalia). It is a combination that will make everyone avoid you because of the strong smell on your breath, but the food is worth every single bite!
I went to this place for the first time with my father years ago, and when he has a little free time from work and wants to take a break for lunch we often go there. It is a small restaurant in the beautiful traditional neighborhood of Ladadika, opposite the entrance of the port and its customers are businessmen, politicians, artists, tourists and students since it is a very authentic place and ready to accept everyone. Moreover, it has some offers for students at specific hours of the day.
I love this restaurant for its traditional music, the atmosphere and the delicious food. In a time that everyone is looking for gourmet dishes in expensive restaurants, this place reminds us that the essence of things is in simplicity.
Sempriko – A category in itself
At the back of Thessaloniki’s Courthouse, just a few meters from the intersection of Fragon with S. Brantouna street, you will notice a modern meze tavern that very quickly became one of the most famous eating spots in the city.
Sempriko, which means cooperative, started operating in 2012 under a group of young people. During the day, you will notice that it’s full of people in suits, mostly lawyers and that’s because of its close proximity to the Courthouse. But besides them, in Sempriko you will spot all kinds of people.
The food is totally amazing, the spalobrizola (rib steak) is the highlight of Sempriko and surely one of the best I have ever tasted! Also try the chilopites with kavourma (a type of pasta accompanied with greek pork confit), the risotto with wild mushrooms and truffle (yummy!) and ladotyri from Mytilene or any other of the many types of cheese.
Uh, I forgot to mention that Sempriko also has a grocery store where you can buy many delicious products from small producers around the country! The grocery store combined with the unique decoration and the grandiose surrounding area (Byzantine Walls) create a fascinating and relaxing atmosphere!
Despite the fact that on 2016 Sempriko was bought by a new owner and therefore the chef was changed, the quality of the food remained exceptional and even got better.
Tiho Tiho – Meze by the castle
In Ano Poli, the most beautiful district of Thessaloniki, near the City Walls and not very far from Trigoniou Tower, there is a very nice meze restaurant called Tiho Tiho. Back in 2010, when Tiho Tiho started operating, it very quickly became one of the locals’ favorite spots. The people of Thessaloniki simply love the meze restaurants, so whenever a good one is established, everybody is eager to visit it!
A regular problem with Tiho Tiho is the difficulty to secure a table to be seated, especially during the weekends. Very often you will notice people standing outside the restaurant or sitting at the bar, waiting for a table! And that’s because there aren’t any similar choices nearby except for the usual taverns!
Now to cut to the chase, try the delicious chicken steaks (my personal favorite), the meatballs, the zucchini balls, the talagani (cheese), the mushrooms and the kavourma (pork confit)! Besides the food, the restaurant’s environment is absolutely stunning! So make sure to combine your visit to Tiho Tiho with a walk to the Walls of Thessaloniki.
Kronos – Best soutzoukaki in town
As soon as I turned from the busy Vasilissis Olgas street and started walking onto the Vafopoulou street, I felt like I was in another city! That narrow street, full of trees, vintage stores and bookshops is probably one of the most charming little streets in the city.
Not far from the crossing with Olgas street you will notice Kronos restaurant. Kronos is a family tavern that dates back to 1961 and took its name from the historical Cine Kronos and Loutra Kronos, which used to be in the neighboring building. The folksy and rustic environment makes you feel that something unique and traditional is happening here. The decoration is based on musical instruments and vintage items that you can notice all over the place.
The most famous dish of Kronos is the “soutzoukaki”, which is actually considered the best in the city! The soutzoukaki is basically a cylindrical spiced meatball. Try also the Gyros of Kronos, it’s way above average!
I suggest you visit the tavern during the weekdays in order to avoid the crowds and actually manage to find a table.
Habanera – Caribbean food
In one of the most fascinating buildings of the neighborhood, example of Neoclassical architecture and just a few meters from Thessaloniki Concert Hall, you can taste Caribbean and Mexican dishes accompanied by an intriguing cocktail! Yeah, Habanera is famous for the exotic flavors of its dishes but also for the tasty and exquisite cocktails.
My personal favorite is to chill out in the garden when the weather is good and enjoy ‘Fajitas con pollo’ accompanied by a Margarita. Especially the garden is one of the highlights of Habanera.
When you feel ready to order, I advise you to ask for some assistance from the waiter because the menu is quite big and there is an enormous possibility to get lost somewhere between ‘quesadillas’ and ‘nachos’. The staff is really friendly and ready to give you some proposals regarding the food and the cocktails.
Be aware that the food portion size is quite big so don’t order too many dishes!
Hozeva – Meze and cafe
The city centre is full of meze restaurants, taverns, cafe-bars, yet there is a new modern kafenio that is truly authentic and it’s called Hozeva. The owners, who are actually a couple, got the inspiration to create Hozeva from the island of Amorgos. The name of the place, the raki and the meze dishes are all somehow related to that Cycladic island.
From the very first moment that we entered Hozeva, they treated us like friends. I was really amazed when I realised how friendly and smiley the owners are and I assure you that their attitude looked 100% authentic. They made us feel like we were having lunch at a friend’s place. That, combined with the design of the place, creates a charming atmosphere.
As for the menu, I really like it when it’s not too big and that’s the case in Hozeva! You can enjoy traditionally prepared Greek coffee, baked raki from Amorgos, tsipouro and many exceptional meze dishes at very low prices. The Ntolmadakia Yalanci was the best that I have tasted for a long time. Also try the chickpeas with spinach, the graviera from Crete and the soutzoukaki (spiced cylindrical meatball), all these accompanied with tsipouro or raki!
Beware that Hozeva closes around 21:00 from Monday to Tuesday so make sure that you come early! Moreover it’s closed on Sunday!
To Oraion Ntepo – Cooperative cafe
In the east side of Thessaloniki, on Vafopoulou street, one of the most charming and interesting little streets of the city full of trees and vintage stores, there is a fresh cooperative cafe named To Oraion Ntepot. The name basically means ‘The beautiful Depot’ and refers to the name of the neighborhood. It is located just a few meters from Kronos.
To Oraion Ntepot started operating in 2015 and quickly became known as a very unique place to enjoy a cup of coffee or some tsipouro, accompanied with tasty meze dishes at a low price. In the summer time the highlight of To Oraion Ntepot is to be seated in the garden and relax in a green environment.
Moreover, To Oraion Ntepot is also a grocery store where you can find delicious products from around the country, also at a very low price. Frequently, the owners organise discussions, events, workshops and exhibitions! You can stay up to date via their Facebook page!
Due to the increasing popularity of Oraion Ntepot sometimes it’s difficult to find an available table!
Massalia stin Thessaloniki – Gourmet meze
Filikis Etairias is a small alley in the city center that was recently turned into a pedestrian area. At the intersection of Filikis Etaireias and Manousogiannaki street you cannot miss Massalia stin Thessaloniki or just Massalia, a relatively new restaurant that was opened in 2014. There is another Massalia restaurant at Chalkidiki, owned by the same people!
I was very eager to visit Massalia (Marseille in Greek), because since it started operating it quickly became the talk of the town as a gourmet meze restaurant. So I was very curious to see what it was all about and if it really was so unique! I have to admit that I was totally satisfied from what I experienced during my visit there. The day that we visited Massalia, it was full of young people, families and many actors, probably from a theater that is located nearby.
The design and the atmosphere of Massalia is truly unique and the friendly staff makes you feel at home! Try the excellent pancetta (pork belly), the soutzoukaki (cylindrical spiced meatball) and the mixed salad with tenderloin and you will be amazed! In Thessaloniki, there are plenty of restaurants but Massalia certainly deserves your attention!
Despoinis Margarita – Thessalonian bistrot
I am always pretty excited when a hot new meze restaurant that looks promising breaks into the food scene of our demanding Thessaloniki. Despoinis Margarita was presented to the Thessalonians in June, surprisingly choosing a rather residential area to settle in! You can spot it just a few meters away from the busy Voulgari metro construction site, in Kathigitou Papadaki street.
From the very first moment that you set foot in Despoinis Margarita, you will be amazed by the surprisingly relaxing and atmospheric music choices. The first time there reminded me of the good old days in Utrecht and the cosy cafes that hug the big canal! The owners are familiar faces in the food scene of eastern Thessaloniki and surely they will make you feel like home.
Regarding the menu, it seemed to me very carefully selected, focusing on Mediterranean flavors and simultaneously respecting the local pattern of meze restaurants that Thessalonians adore so much and consider an institution!
I tried kavourma accompanied with egg, fava, apaki from Crete (smoked lean pork meat), sausage and halloumi (semi-hard cheese from Cyprus). Well, honestly everything was super yummy! If you ask me which plate made my gustatory sensation to skyrocket that was the “Kritharaki (orzo) with synglino” (from Mani) which is basically pork which is first dry-salted then smoked for many hours. That was truly divine and surely pays good tribute to Mani which actually is the owner’s origin!
Extravaganza – Food and cocktails at its best
Hidden in an arcade just above the center, the first time I visited it took me 10 minutes more than it should have to find it, but 10 seconds into the meal I was able to say it’s totally worth the trouble.
Extravaganza offers delicious, Mediterranean-with-a-twist food. They change up their menu depending on the season, but there are a few standards you have to try, like the mushroom risotto, kavourmopaty and the fries with truffle oil. I first experienced truffle oil here and now I can safely say I’ve joined the truffle oil cult. I suggest you opt for ordering the “Greek way”, take dishes for the middle of the table and not individual portions, so you can taste more of the amazingness that is Extravaganza. Also save some space for the dessert offered at the end, a perfect piece of portokalopita (orange pie) with ice cream.
The modern design cannot go unnoticed, it really does fit with the style of the dishes. There are also tables outside and during the summer the arcade fills with people and cocktails. I have to admit, I come for the food and stay for the cocktails. Seriously, try the ginger mint and go to cocktail heaven. You should notice that it’s one of the few places in Thessaloniki where smoking isn’t permitted inside.
Paparouna – Colorful taste
Paparouna (translates to “Poppy”) is located at Ladadika, an area overflowing with bars, pubs, clubs and in almost every corner, a restaurant. So in between so many options there are two things that make me choose Paparouna most of the time.
First is the astonishingly good combination of the restaurant and the music they play, some jazz and lots of wonderful remixes. Second is the little cup of “soup of the day” they bring you before you order which every time, without fail, I practically inhale.
I guess I’m the weirdo that gets really excited over soup, but it’s really good soup. Of course afterwards ordering the big bowl and some of the many fantastic appetizers beats the main dishes for me. Try the Mediterranean gnocchi with fresh tomato and Cretan cheese, it’s really filling by the way, or the bundle in rizofyllo ( I think it’s dough made of rice) with feta cheese, sundried tomato and olive pulp.
You’ll notice that the walls, apart from really bright colors, also host paintings as “mini exhibitions” for periods of time and all of this somehow matches perfectly the checkered floor. If the weather is good there are also tables outside, but you’ll be missing out on the music.
After you’re done with your meal, you can now enjoy a cocktail on one of the most colorful, latin-spirited cocktail bars, which Paparouna just introduced right next to the restaurant.
Roots – Vegetarian paradise
In Thessaloniki, the city of pitogyro, it’s not that easy for a herbivore like myself to find a decent meal. Especially in Athonos, where Roots is located, an area with lots of taverns serving mostly meat, a vegetarian restaurant is a bold move.
Nevertheless, in Roots something amazing happened, for the first time I opened the menu and didn’t need to flip through all the pages until I found something I’d love to eat. Red peppers stuffed with feta cheese, roasted vegetables, salads with lentils or katiki Domokou (super yummy cheese), smoothies with veggies and lots more, everything mouthwatering and suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet.
What made me even happier was noticing that the groups of people visiting were not just alternative twenty-somethings, but families with kids and old couples giving different tastes a try. If you come here with a big group I suggest heading straight to the attic-like second floor, very cute. I also recommend bringing your carnivorous friends along, you won’t regret it, they will leave stuffed and satisfied and maybe next time it will be easier to have them follow you into a vegetarian restaurant.